Two weeks to go! Automotive Interiors Expo in Novi is back!

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It’s now two weeks until Automotive Interiors Expo in Novi, Michigan opens for business. North America’s leading exhibition for the auto interiors market is dedicated to showcasing the latest innovations and manufacturing solutions to help enhance and upgrade existing and future vehicle programs. The show runs from October 26-28, and is free to attend.

Held for the first time since 2019, this year’s show is particularly anticipated, providing a much-needed opportunity for the automotive interiors industry to come together and source and trial the new solutions they need to keep up with the latest developments in vehicle design, materials, components and more.

The show is all about interior quality, color, texture, touch, feel and innovation, and is a must-visit for Tier 1 suppliers, as well as for interior design teams from car manufacturers keen to keep up with all the latest trends and technologies.

You’ll find a wide range of fabrics, acoustical materials, shape-forming materials and foams, fasteners and adhesive systems, lighting and more. Read all the latest show news here.

Across the floor, exhibitors will present new products for every type of vehicle interior imaginable. The roster of companies set to present their latest solutions include Continental, Mactac, Walter Pack, Felton, CIE Automotive, 3CON, and many more.

Automotive Interiors Expo in Novi, Michigan offers visitors the chance to see entirely new innovations, recent updates to existing systems and a host of brand-new companies offering a completely fresh approach – don’t miss it!

Secure your place now by registering here for FREE.

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